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Mostrando postagens de Maio 25, 2013


Brown Headed Barbet
Taken in Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur, Rajasthan, India
Credits by Sunil Singhal

Burrowing Owl - Athene cunicularia grallaria
Taken in Brazil
Credits by Celso Paris - Sorocaba, SP, Brazil

Campo Flicker - Colaptes campestris campestris (female)
Taken in Brazil
Credits by Celso Paris - Sorocaba, SP, Brazil

Caspian Tern (Sterna caspia)
Taken in The Gambia
Credits by Kees Bakker - Blidsberg, Sweden

Chesnut-capped Blackbird Chrysomus ruficapillus
Taken in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Credits by Celso Paris - Sorocaba, SP, Brazil

Chesnut-capped Blackbird - Chrysomus ruficapillus frontalis
Taken in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Credits by Celso Paris - Sorocaba, SP, Brazil

Chestnut-headed Tesia -Tesia castaneocoronata castneocoronata
Taken in Walterre, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India
Credits by Nitin Srinivasamurthy

Citrine Wagtail
Taken in Kota city, Kota, Rajasthan, India
Credits bySunil Singhal

-- Regards, Geraldo Amorim Contagem, MG - Brazil

Foto com 18.000 mil homens tirada em 1918 (repassando)

Acho incrível que esta foto, tirada há tantos anos,  ainda exista!
E agora, alguém  coloca na WEB para todos nós vermos
Essa foto incrível foi tirada em 1918. São 18.000 homens preparando-se  para a guerra em um acampamento de treinamento em Camp Dodge, no Iowa.

Dezoito mil homens !!!!!

Dados da Foto
Base de Ombro: 150 metros
Braço Direito: 340 metros
Parte mais larga do braço segurando tocha: 12 1 / 2 m eet
Polegar direito: 35 metros
Parte mais espessa do corpo: 29 pés
Mão esquerda comprimento: 30 pés
Face: 60 pés
Nariz: 21 pés
Longest Spike pedaço de cabeça: 70 pés
Tocha e chama combinado: 980 metros
Número de homens na chama da tocha: 12.000
Número de homens na tocha: 2.800
Número de homens no braço direito: 1.200
Número de homens no corpo, cabeça e equilíbrio da figura apenas: 2.000

Total de homens: 18.000

Ways to Introduce Nature to Your Life

Ways to Introduce Nature to Your Life

Plants and nature do more than just add beauty to our lives. Making your life more gree is about making sure that you are contributing to your own oxygen supply. As more houses become more green, the better we are combating the pollution of our once clean air. With deforestations taking down tens of thousands of life exhaling trees in the rain forests, it will be up to us to make up for that lack. Besides, having more nature and life in our lives can only be a good thing, and at the end of the day, who doesn't want to come back to something like these green innovations you will see below? Enjoy these green designs and innovations! Medallion - Your personal little plant that eats your CO2 and exhales oxygen. Just be careful with the little guy!